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Kate Owen Kate Owen from London wrote on July 19, 2018 at 12:47 pm:
I love that Wet Heart Overture. I like Existential Art, Sartre, Kundera, Kienholz, Viola etc. But it's all conceptual until people start dying on you! I was with my Mother and later my Partner as they were dying. One minute there, one minute gone. But I remain an atheist still not believing in an afterlife. We just stop being alive that's all......... Loved dead people do stay with for a while though. I have got Nadine Baylis sitting on my shoulder like a parrot at the moment.